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I Looooove cookie dough... chocolate chip cookie dough to be exact, at the same time I would vote cookies as my last meal. The problem is , I just can't have cookie dough in a cookie. If i bake it... it's not dough anymore... it evolves into the next thing I love. So for cookie dough addicts and cookie lovers like me... I present the solution! Cookie dough cups!
 
 
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Step 1: Things you need to raid your kitchen for

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This is just a short overview, the exact quantities will be listed in the following steps!

1. Butter
2. Caster sugar
3. Vanilla extract
4. Chocolate buttons
5. 1 egg
6. Plain flour
7. Self-raising flour
8. Cocoa powder
9. Salt
10. Light brown sugar
11. Milk
12. Mini chocolate chips (they must be miniature!)

Optional: Mini Marshmallows and small squares of chocolates

Equipment

1. Mixing bowls
2. Measuring Equipment
3. Mini Ice-cream scoop
4. Mini muffin Tray
5. Mini cupcake liners

Step 2: For the cookie cups

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For these rich chocolatey cookie cups, you will need

1. 250g  butter
2. 150 g caster sugar
3. 1 tsp vanilla extract
4. 1 cup chocolate buttons
5. 1 egg
6. 1 cup plain flour
7. 1 cup self-raising flour
8. 3/4 cup cocoa powder
9. 1 tsp salt

Step 3: Making the dough

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Combine the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl and melt the butter and the chocolate in a microwave on high.... oh yeah look at that chocolate.

Step 4: Knead that dough

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Add the egg, to the dry ingredients, salt and vanilla followed by the melted butter and that gorgeous chocolate. 
Mix them together furiously until it forms a dough.

Step 5: Molding those lil cups

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Line the bottom of your mini muffin pan with cupcake liners. (That's right we're using the underside!) Now mold the dough over the liners. Alternate the dough to give the cookies some breathing space so the cups don't stick together.

Step 6: Bake!

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Bake the cups on high for 180 Degrees Celsius for 20-25 minutes. 
sabu.dawdy1 year ago
i loveddddddddddddd it
holy frikking son of a potato farmer batman these are to die for......................BANG!!!!!
sweet more for me
vgavrich1 year ago
OMG! I cant wait to try these!
Fonilia1 year ago
wow it looks so yummy and easy to make. Gona try this!
petpotato (author) 1 year ago
Thank you guys for all the enthusiasm! I'm new to instructables so this is really encouraging! do vote these lil cookie cups if you like them =D
Oh those sound just amazing! Adding marshmallows and chocolate to it too, sounds just awesome :D
derkoon1 year ago
oh my these look fantastic! you are sure talented. did it take very long to make?
petpotato (author)  derkoon1 year ago
Not too long, about an hour ? baking time is only around 20-25 minutes, and if you have strong mixing arms or a machine,the rest is easy as pie... cookie dough pie.
wher did you buy the mini marshmallows?
petpotato (author)  emilyvanleemput1 year ago
I got them from a a small sweet shop near my home, but you can get these online from retailers like http://shop.scrumptious.uk.net or http://www.getsuckered.com try search terms like micro marshmallows or cereal marshmallows on amazon!
With the title "Half Baked" i thought i was gonna be looking at somthing else lol. But this is a pretty good instructable. Maybe ill try it when im baked!
Great job!
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This is just spectacular. :D
DON"T MAKE ME DROOL LIKE THAT
Really nice pictures